Posts Tagged ‘protruding teeth’

How Would I Go About Having My Front Teeth Replaced?

Thursday, July 21st, 2016
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Hi. I want to get my 2 front teeth taken out and fake ones put in. My 2 front teeth stick out, so I want them out and two false ones to replace them so they are straight. How much would I be looking at and how do I go about it? Could I get this done in one sitting? I hate my teeth and need them doing as soon as possible. Also, can you be put to sleep? Because don’t like the thought of being awake when getting my teeth pulled out. Thank you.


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Dr Andrew Moore

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Why Do My Teeth Seem to Have Moved Forward?

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
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Hi, I’ve recently noticed that my bottom front teeth appear to have moved forward, protruding a little bit and the inside of my mouth seems different. I’m 52, is this common? If so, why? And can it be fixed? I’ve never had a Hollywood smile and I’d like to have something done. Can anything be done and why is it happening? I have a small lower jaw. The top and bottom wisdom teeth on the left side were removed 26 years ago.
Thanks.


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Dr Andrew Moore

Advance Dental Clinic
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Why Are My Teeth Protruding Again Even Though I Had Braces for Two Years?

Friday, June 12th, 2015
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I had braces at the age of 23 (9 years back). My 4 premolars were removed. The braces were on for 2 years and afterwards retention plates were kept on for 6 months. Since the last 4 years, my front teeth have been protruding again. What is the reason for this? Is there any solution for it now? I went to my orthodontist, he said it is because I didn’t consult him earlier. Also, although my teeth are now protruding, not much of a gap has been created.


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Dr Kailesh Solanki

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Do I Need Dental Surgery to Correct My Protruding, Gapped Teeth?

Thursday, October 30th, 2014
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Hi, Dr Hughes. My age is 24, and I am male. My upper incisors are not straight, they protrude forward. There is also gap between my incisor and my canine. What can be done to correct it? Is there any dental surgery? Also, I have one doubt in my mind. My grandmother died from oral cancer, will surgery affect any prospect of developing cancer of the mouth?
Can I wear braces at my age? In my childhood I wore braces, at that time there was lot of improvement but it has become embarrassing again now. What would be the correct treatment for me?


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Dr Mark Hughes

Harley Street Dental Studio
52 Harley Street, London W1G 9PY
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I Have Protruding Teeth. Should I Opt For Braces Or Surgery To Fix This? Which Is The Most Effective?

Thursday, August 21st, 2014
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Hello Dr Moore. At what price can I get surgery for my protruding teeth? And is this the best way to do it? Will it look natural after surgery? What would be the maximum cost for this treatment? I’m a 21 year old girl and my teeth are protruding.  I feel very bad when my friends kid me and tease me. I need the best suggestion from you for my problem? What would be better a surgery
or braces for my teeth? If I opt for the surgery, will it change the shape of my face? Thank you.


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Dr Andrew Moore

Advance Dental Clinic
104 Moulsham Street, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 0JG
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Would The Inman Aligner Help In Closing The Gaps In My Upper Set? How Much Would It Cost Me?

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
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Hi Mark. I would like to find out the cost for the Inman Aligner system. I’ve read up about this and says cost per treatment £1250-£2500?
So for instance if I went along with this, how often would I have go for treatments for example, if I went for 4 treatments could end up paying around £6,000? It’s really for my front teeth which protrude and there are few gaps on upper front teeth. Plus, would this help in closing gaps in my upper teeth? Can you assist with my query please. Thanks.


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Dr Mark Hughes

Harley Street Dental Studio
52 Harley Street, London W1G 9PY
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My Teeth Have Relapsed After Having Braces. I Would Like To Know Which Of The Invisible Braces Would Suit Me Best?

Friday, April 4th, 2014
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Hi Dr Patel, I hope you are well. I’m in need of your advice. I’m currently 22 years old. I’m having a problem with my protruding teeth. I’ve already had braces when I was 15 but now feel my teeth have relapsed and are protruding again. I don’t even feel like smiling any more. I need some options. Which braces I should go for to make my teeth look straight. I’m currently looking for those braces which are invisible and doesn’t cost the earth. I would be really grateful to you if you could help me solve my query. Thank you.


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Dr Riten Patel

The Mulberry
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I’m Worried That My Teeth Might Relapse After Braces Treatment. Please Let Me Know How Credible My Worries Are?

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
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Hi,

I am 30 years old and got braces just 2 weeks back. My teeth protruded out very slightly – almost negligible and I had a fang which kind of hung on the top. I got braces so I could have a perfect smile. I have no trouble with pain but I am worried because now when I have put braces many people said I should not have done it at this age. Also, to make space for the teeth to retract, IPR was done on the front upper and lower teeth and I am now scared that even if the teeth move but go back to the same place even after using retainers, my teeth would be a complete mess, especially with the spaces that IPR has created.

Please let me know how credible my worries are. My dentist who put the braces told me mine was a very simple case and I might get over with it in 6 months.

Looking forward to the reply.

Thanks.


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Dr Riten Patel

The Mulberry
18 Ashley Road, Walton on Thames Surrey, KT12 1HS
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My Protruding Teeth Have Always Been Something That Have Caused Me To Have A Lack Of Confidence. How Would I Fix This?

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
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Hello Mark. My two upper canine teeth protrude quite a lot and have done since I was very young. I was wondering if this can be corrected and if so, how? There are large gaps behind the teeth but overcrowding means the gap isn’t big enough and as a result they stick out in front of my other teeth. Would they be removed or would a brace be the best option? I’m 35 years old and this is has always been something that caused me to have a lack of confidence. Thank you, I look forward to your reply.


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Dr Mark Hughes

Harley Street Dental Studio
52 Harley Street, London W1G 9PY
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I’m Not Happy With My Implant Crown, Can My Dentist Correct It Free Of Charge?

Monday, August 5th, 2013
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Hi, about a year ago I had a crown replaced which looked great and I was really happy with. After about three months I was in considerable pain and was told that my root had fractured and that I would now lose my tooth. I was given the option of a denture, bridge or implant. I decided to go with the implant as I felt this would be more beneficial. My other front tooth was always very slightly set back from my crown (naturally) and very slightly discoloured from the rest of my teeth and it was always my intention to have a veneer or crown on this one too in order to give myself a straighter smile. I went ahead and had the implant then my dentist went on maternity leave. Another dentist took over and did the impressions for my implant crown and at the time I informed her that I was going to have some sort of work on the one next to it done when my original dentist came back. When my crown came back and was fitted I noticed it stuck out quite a lot from my other teeth and much further than my original crown had. Where my other teeth come straight down, this one kicks out. I also have no bite at all on this tooth now. When I queried this I was told that it is preferred that you don’t have any bite on an implant at all and because I was going to have work done on the tooth next to it, it allowed them to change the shape of my tooth. I was never asked nor agreed to changing of the shape of my tooth. She told me it looked great and said I’d get used to it.

I was going to wait until my original dentist came back from maternity leave before having any work done on the front tooth next to it but decided that I couldn’t wait as the new ‘sticky out’ implant made the one next to it seem even further in so I went back and saw the dentist who did the implant. She is now saying that rather than cut away at the healthy tooth next to it and fit a crown that she would rather fit a veneer instead but that this won’t bring the tooth in line with the implant. I have two options now, I can either accept that since my implant sticks out so far and I have a veneer that I will never have straight teeth or, I can have my other tooth crowned to bring it in line with my sticky out implant and have two sticky out teeth!! I feel that the problem is with the implant crown but my dentist doesn’t see this. She says that I notice it because I’m aware of it but no one else does!! I really hate my teeth now but I’m loathe to pay again to replace the crown. Is there any way that I can insist on them correcting the crown on the implant free of charge? Am now wishing I had just gone for a bridge instead as my temporary one (done by my original dentist) looked much more natural.


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Dr Andrew Moore

Advance Dental Clinic
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